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Series # :
  OWSOP 81-2
Title :
  Can Benefit Adequacy be Predicted on the Basis of UI Claims and CWBH Data?
Release Date :
Abstract :
  This study is the fifth in a series of reports based on the Arizona Benefit Adequacy (ABA) Study. The present report provides an analysis of the possibility of predicting benefit adequacy values for individual claimants. Because the emphasis is on predicting the benefit adequacy measure developed and analyzed in the first ABA Study report, some familiarity with that report is desirable. However, essential background material on the measure of benefit adequacy utilized is provided in summary form in this report for those who do not have access to earlier study reports.

Publication Author(s)
Arizona State University
  • Jerry Kingston
  • Paul Burgess
Arizona Department of Economic Security
  • Robert St. Louis
  • Joseph Sloane
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